Estate Planning

Estate Planning is about planning to protect the interests of your family, both in the short term and with an eye to the future. The foundation of a strategic Estate Plan includes a Will, Power of Attorney and Representation Agreement. Our lawyers can work with you to ensure your family and estate are protected for the years ahead, so you can focus on the more important things in life. Take a look below to see how we can help.

Wills

A Will is a legal document that allows you to set out what you would like done with your estate after you die. Your estate consists of any land, house, money, investments, personal items and other assets that you own.

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Powers of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is an estate planning document that lets you appoint a trusted person to make legal and financial decisions on your behalf.

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Representation Agreements

A Representation Agreement lets you appoint a trusted person to make personal care and healthcare decisions on your behalf when you're unable to do so.

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Probate / Estate Administration

When a person who owns assets in British Columbia dies, probate is often a required legal step of proving the validity and originality of the deceased's will in order to be able to carry out the deceased's final wishes.

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Trusts

A Trust is a special type of legal relationship used in estate and tax planning that permits a responsible person to hold and control property on behalf of one or more other people.

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